The Art Educators’ Exhibition is sponsored by the FMVA and NDAEA. Help us celebrate art educators, instructors, & advocates who contribute to our communities & inspire new generations of artists! We hope you will take advantage of this opportunity to view works of art created by these special individuals. Their impact on learners they mentor is truly immense. This exhibition is open to ALL art educators & artists who directly interact in educating others in the visual arts. Due to the amount of entries, 2D maximum width or height is 40 inches.
Public/private and retired art teachers Workshop art instructors
Artists in residence College Art Professors
Art Education Majors Community art instructors
2021 Art Educators’ Exhibition
Exhibit Date: September 23, 2021-January 8,2022
Times: Monday-Friday 11am-5pm, Saturday 10am-5pm
Public Reception: TBD
Location: Plains Art Museum, 704 1st Avenue North, Fargo, ND
Online Submission Entry Form Deadline: August 23, 2021
Art Drop Off: Saturday, September 11 from 11am to 4pm, Monday, September 13 – Thursday, September 16 from 9am-4pm
Art Pick Up: January 10-15th and January 17-21
Submission Entry Form – Need to provide an artist statement AND a high resolution jpeg image (up to 3MB).
2018 – NDSU
2015 – September 17, 2015-January 2, 2015 Art Educators’ Exhibit
Fifty-one artists participated in the third annual Art Educators’ Exhibit, including public/private school art teachers, college art professors, private instructors, and community educators. These artist-teachers inspire new generations of artists, thinkers, and dreamers.
2014 – August 19, 2014 Art Educators’ Reception
Thirty-eight artists participated in the second annual Art Education Exhibit, including public/private school art teachers, college art professors, private instructors, and community educators. These artists (educators, instructors, and advocates) inspire new generations of artists, and the FMVA recognizes this special group and supports their contributions to our communities. The Art Educator’s Exhibition is sponsored by the FMVA and The Arts Partnership.